ManagedWay in Troy, a provider of dedicated internet, cloud hosting, and co-location facilities, today announced a partnership with Transtelco to strengthen networking between the United States and Mexico.
Transtelco owns and operates a state-of-the-art long-haul and metropolitan resilient fiber network in Mexico, and along the southwestern U.S., with more than 7,500 miles of dedicated fiber providing multiple, redundant international routes for global organizations looking to connect multiple facilities within Mexico to their U.S. counterparts.
“The partnership with Transtelco is a perfect fit for us, as it complements our network and brings significant benefit to our customers — seamless connectivity between facilities in the U.S. and Mexico,” says Robert Sanders, president and CEO of ManagedWay. “We vetted a number of providers before selecting Transtelco due to its unique ability to efficiently and transparently transport data across the border at multiple, redundant locations.”
ManagedWay’s client portfolio includes multiple business customers, especially in the automotive and manufacturing sector where doing business in Mexico is commonplace. The partnership with Transtelco brings expanded capabilities, speed, reliability, and diverse network routing to businesses with operations on both sides of the southern border.
“Our network was specifically built with companies like ManagedWay in mind,” says Arturo Iglesias, CTO of Transtelco. “Since our founding, we’ve concentrated on all aspects of U.S.-Mexico connectivity.”
By fortifying connectivity between the two countries, ManagedWay says it is better equipped to secure business opportunities in the automotive and manufacturing industries that are concentrated near its metro Detroit headquarters or near a major economic zone in Mexico.
Additionally, ManagedWay has a host of clients in higher education, financial services, health care, technology, and other industries. The company provides an expanded international network that offers speeds up to 100Gbps.
ManagedWay’s data center is both technologically and geographically ideal for security and market accessibility. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association rated Troy as a top ten city in the U.S. safest from natural disasters.
The area also is situated in an ideal location in terms of market accessibility, meaning that it sits within 500 miles of a high percentage of the U.S. and Canadian population.
From 70,000 square feet of highly secured data center space, ManagedWay provides services to business customers in Michigan, North America, and Europe. The company’s facilities offers scalable, redundant, SOC 2, Type II, and is HIPAA compliant.
Founded in 2001, Transtelco owns and operates a long haul and metropolitan fiber network along the southwestern U.S. and Mexico.